Latin for Lovers

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Latin for Lovers
Studio album by Doris Day
Released March 22, 1965
Recorded November 2–9, 1964
Label Columbia
Doris Day chronology
With a Smile and a Song
(1964)
Latin for Lovers
(1965)
Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
(1965)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Latin for Lovers was a Doris Day album, mostly composed of songs originating in Latin America, released by Columbia Records on March 22, 1965 as a monophonic LP (catalog number CL-2310) and a stereophonic album (catalog number CS-9110).

Although "Fly Me to the Moon" was not of Latin-American origin, it was an early song adapted to the bossa nova dance then becoming popular, and so associated at the time with Latin America.

A Columbia 45 r.p.m. single. #4-43278, was released to coincide with the album. It featured "How Insensitive" as the a-side and "Meditation" as the b-side. Neither song charted.

The songs were arranged by Mort Garson, which also conducted the Orchestra.

The album was reissued in 2001, combined with Doris Day's Sentimental Journey, as a CD.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Corcovado" (Antonio Carlos Jobim/Gene Lees) (recorded November 2, 1964)
  2. "Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words)" (Bart Howard) (recorded November 5, 1964)
  3. "Meditation"(Antônio Carlos Jobim/Newton Mendonça/Norman Gimbel) (recorded November 2, 1964)
  4. "Dansero" (Richard Hayman/Lee Daniels/Sol Parker) (recorded November 9, 1964)
  5. "Summer Has Gone" (Gene DiNovi/Bill Comstock) (recorded November 2, 1964)
  6. "How Insensitive" (Antônio Carlos Jobim/Vinícius de Moraes/Norman Gimbel) (recorded November 9, 1964)
  7. "Slightly Out of Tune (Desafinado)" (Antônio Carlos Jobim/Newton Mendonça/Jon Hendricks/Jesse Cavanagh) (recorded November 2, 1964)
  8. "Our Day Will Come" (Mort Garson/Bob Hilliard) (recorded November 5, 1964)
  9. "Be True to Me (Sabor A Mi)" (Mel Mitchell/Alarcon Carillo) (recorded November 5, 1964)
  10. "Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (Quizás, Quizás, Quizás)" (Osvaldo Farrés/Joe Davis) (recorded November 5, 1964)
  11. "Be Mine Tonight (Noche De Ronda)" (Maria Teresa Lara/Sunny Skylar) (recorded November 9, 1964)
  12. "Por Favor" (Joe Sherman/Noel Sherman) (recorded November 9, 1964)

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